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Jal ya Jalebi? BJP MP Gautam Gambhir takes a dig on Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal over Delhi’s ‘free’ toxic tap water

Gautam Gambhir hit out on Aam Aadmi Party for trolling him over his viral picture eating jalebi as reports reveal Delhi tap water be most toxic.

India not to renew 1989 agreement, stops sharing hydrological data with Pakistan

The move by the Indian government is considered to be the response to Pakistan's continuous propagation of terror into India and also its attempts to destabilise the normalcy in the Kashmir. 

Delhi schools woes: Despite tall promises by Delhi govt, school in Kalkaji does not have drinking water, clean toilets

School official sources who do not wish to be named say that they have written to Delhi government over four months back, but no action has been taken.

Leonardo DiCaprio expresses concern about Chennai water crisis, says “Only rain can save Chennai from this situation”

After Ghazipur Garbage Dump in Delhi, Leonardo DiCaprio expresses concern about Chennai water crisis

Pulwama attack: Sadly, India can’t resort to ‘water war’

The dastardly Pulwama attack has again led to talks of India abrogating the Indus Water Treaty of 1960 and wage a 'water war' against Pakistan to bring it to its knees since diplomacy seems to have had no effect on the rogue nation

PepsiCo to move 16 containers along National Waterways-1 from Kolkata to Varanasi on inland vessel

The Union government has officially notified 111 waterways in the country for the development of Inland water transportation as per The National Waterways Act, 2016.

How an edited video is being circulated to claim Modi insulted the National Anthem

Many on social media have already shared this malicious video

BJP sweep in Sangli has left Congress ecosystem stunned in Maharashtra

As Fadnavis said in his banners, “Ha shabda mazaa aahe.“

The other side of Tuticorin plant case: a Twitter user claiming to be an employee shares insight

Vedanta claims that the Sterlite Copper plant did not violate any environmental norms, says allegations of causing pollution and cancer are baseless

IIT Jodhpur develops a cost-effective Rajasthani clay based water purification technology

This technology can be used to treat textile contaminated water which is a major problem in western Rajasthan.

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